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each and every word : ekaikamaksharaM
each separately : pRithakh
Adhikari-vada : The doctrine upholding the neces­sity of prescribing a distinct course of discipline for each spiritual aspirant according to his capacity .
ADHIYAJNA , the Supreme Spirit as director of the body , as it is held in the ancient doctrine that one spirit guides all men , assuming in each an apparent separateness which is due to the personal lower self . (adhi , over ; yajna , sacrificial ceremony
agnihotra : The first and simplest Vedic fire sacrifice , to be performed daily at sunrise and sunset by initiated brāhmaṇas . It is also a subsidiary ritual within each of the more complex sacrifices (yajñas). Often the term agnihotra is used to indicate
Ashtanga Yoga : The “eight-limbed” Yoga of Patanjali consisting of yama , niyama , asana , pranayama , pratyahara , dharana , dhyana , and samadhi . ( See separate entries for each “limb .” )
atasī flower : linum usitatissimum , flax , a plant with lance-shaped leaves that produces pretty sky blue or violet-blue flowers each spring and summer .
Brahmā : The first finite living being in the material creation . He was born from the lotus growing from the navel of Garbhodaka-śāyī Viṣṇu . At the beginning of creation , and again at the start of each day of his life , Brahmā engineers the appearance
Brahmaloka : The world ( loka ) of Brahma , the Creator ; the highest heaven ; the world of supreme joy . Those who each this plane of existence after death are beyond rebirth .
Brahmana ( Braahmana ). A section of each of the four Vedas dwelling on the meaning and use of mantras and hymns at various sacrifices .
Brahmana : A section of each of the Vedas dwelling on the meaning and the use of the Vedic hymns ; the first of the four Varnas or castes of Hindu social order ; man of wisdom ; a sage of Self-realisation .
Brajmandal (Vraja-mandala) : The circular area which encompasses Braj and designated by the pilgrimage path through the area’s sacred sites , each a scene of one of Krsna’s exploits .
Caṇḍakauśika : a muni who blessed King Bāhadratha , the King of Magadha , with a child . The child was born in two halves from each of the King’s queens . The two halves were thrown in the forest where they were joined by a witch named Jara . The child wa
candrāyaṇa : The austere practice , often prescribed as atonement for major transgressions , of restricting one’s eating for one month by taking only one handful of food the first day , increasing one handful more each day for two weeks , and then again d
caraway seeds : Caraway seeds are the fruits of the hardy biennial herb Carum carvi , a native of Europe , Asia , and North Africa . The brown seeds are curved and tapered at each end , and are sometimes mistaken for cumin seeds , although they taste quit

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